If Sunday afternoon was all about a leisurely stroll around the pond, yesterday was definitely all about labor. Gary and I began the day with two hours of yard work that barely made a start on what actually needs to be done. He mowed and I weeded and transplanted. And last evening I continued with another hour of weeding. One would think that a well-maintained garden wouldn’t need so much weeding just before fall, but if we follow that logic to its conclusion…well, let’s not go there. The transplanting is more important. When we first moved here I was just so thrilled to see anything grow. Then some things got out of hand. One by one, the first daylilies have spread out of their original locations. So I’m moving and changing and spreading the joy.
This whirlwind of activity was brought on by the forecast of two, possibly three days of rain. Gary is going to try to finish the mowing this morning. If the storm stalls until I get home from school I may move a few lilies.
I spent the rest of the day trying to complete some computer tasks. An impending storm means intermittent internet service at best. One of those tasks was my photo album from Sunday. It’s on the left- September 5.
Have a marvelous day!